‘If you want to learn more about the chefs from our past whose names are bandied around by the likes of Heston Blumenthal then Cooking Up History is a great place to start’. (Comfortably Hungry, on Cooking up History: Chefs of the Past).
‘Kay’s book is an unmissable feast of nostalgia’. (The Daily Mail on Vintage Kitchenalia).
‘A fascinating look at History’s most celebrated, or in some cases, notorious chef’s’. (Taster Magazine on Cooking up History: Chefs of the Past).
‘..tells the story of Georgian food largely through utensils and inventions, in a book which is teeming with well-chosen details…’ (Times Literary Supplement on Dining with the Georgians/The Georgian Kitchen).
‘She unearthed many curious and fascinating facts’. (Worcester News on More Than a Sauce: Worcestershire’s Culinary History).
From books, to talks, television appearances and radio interviews; Emma Kay preserves and interprets a wide variety of objects and ephemera specifically relating to the traditions and practices of the British kitchen. Please visit the What’s On page to view up-coming events and all our latest work can be found on the Media pages.